Didn't expect this house in salamanca. Absolutely beautiful!!!!!!!! Didn't want to lesve. Incredible view of the Rio tormes.
Recently restored and fitted with lots of stained glass, this musem is a small and charming one. The standout exhibitions were the incredibly gorgeous glass section and the ridiculous dolls. Everyone would enter the doll collection and immediately start giggling, laughing, making up expressions that they thought were coming out of the mouths of the creatures...memorable indeed. They have a gorgeous cafe, but beware of operating hours as it was closed when we went there at 6 PM. The store is full of Lalique, kewpies, and other charming gifts. You really must go if you're in Salamanca!
This was the main reason for our visit to Salamanca and it exceeded our hopes and expectations. What a place...... you will not be disappointed if you love this period. We went back three times. The cafe is good as well. Look out for the casa Lis shop near the plaza for an even wider selection of gifts to remember your visit.
A fascinating museum, the best part is the cafe with an antique Italian espresso machine. The front of the building is all stained glass, quite stunning.
This lovely little museum is an exhibit in its own right with beautiful architecture and coloured glass. It houses an eclectic collection of art nouveau and art deco items in huge variety including glassware by Emile Gallé and Daum of Nancy fame. Other items included countless intricate figurines, a huge number of antique dolls, and fascinating items of furniture. There is a lovely café at the back with huge coloured glass windows looking down on to the river. It made a refreshing change from the eclesiastic and academic architectural wonders Salamanca has to offer the visitor.
Lovely Galle glass collection, and many other small collections of art deco works. The musuem is easy to navigate. Casa Lisvis worth a visit.
This small Art Deco Museum offers a variety of furniture, glass, small sculpture and paintings from the 20's and 30's including a small Picasso. The stained glass ceililng and the stained glass walls of the lounge are spectacular. The is also a large collection of dolls for those that are interested
Lovely Art Deco building. The collection is extremely varied, which I like because I tire quickly of oil paintings. Lots of sculpture, dolls, jewelry. A lovely cafeteria, although I did not try the food. A good museum store as well.
A lot of the items I didn't like, but despite that. there was a lot which was great and the building itself is quite stunning. Worth going to.
Lovely art nouveau facade, however it lacks the mivemnbet one has become to associate Art Nouveau. The exhibits concentrated on objects which apart from the few had little interest.